Position: Annual Giving Coordinator
Status: Full Time, 40 hours per week, non-exempt
Salary: $31,000-$35,000, commensurate with experience
The Annual Giving Coordinator reports to and provides direct support to the Director of Annual Giving. In this role, the AGC maintains Arts+’s donor database including data entry and extraction, writes and coordinates grants, assists with event planning and execution, and prepares donor acknowledgment letters. The Annual Giving Coordinator is a member of a dynamic organization, committed to outstanding and accessible arts education. S/he plays an important role in Arts+’s 3-person fundraising team, which is responsible for raising contributed revenue for a $1.9 million organization.
Assume significant responsibility for the grant process in coordination with the Director of Annual Giving, including: coordinating and writing grants, proposals, and reports, compiling program information, and maintaining funding calendars.
Manage, maintain, and ensure the accuracy and integrity of the eTapestry database including: data entry, extraction, processing, storage, manipulation, analysis, and reporting.
Process donations and write donor acknowledgment letters.
Lead the design and creation of funder and sponsor program impact reports. Track sponsor benefits.
Assist with donor communications and stewardship activities, including preparing fundraising mailings.
Create communications plans for annual campaigns, including social media posts, newsletter articles, and e-blasts.
Assist with the planning and implementation of development special events.
Manage Arts+’s participation in third-party campaigns and matching gift programs.
Research individuals, foundations and corporate prospects to identify new funding sources.
Provide general support to Arts+’s fundraising team.
Attend, provide general support for, and represent Arts+ at various programs.
Other duties as assigned.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILL, ABILITY
Bachelor’s degree required, 2 years’ experience in fundraising preferred
Proficiency in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook) required
Strong technical and creative writing skills
Database experience preferred
Superior organizational skills, attention to detail, and the ability to prioritize work flow
Proactive approach to work, ability to demonstrate ownership of tasks
Ability to foster a cooperative work environment, strong interpersonal and communication skills
Personal commitment to arts education
Please email cover letter and resume with the subject header, Annual Giving Coordinator to: firstname.lastname@example.org. NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE.
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